desk. Sunday , March 19th , 2017 - 17:11:26 PM
Searching through the piles helps you make connections. When you have to go digging through your papers to find something on a messy desk, you can dig up all sorts of things-projects you've been putting off, old ideas you've been thinking about, and even other projects and information that fit with what you're working on now. If your desk were organized, your projects would never "mix" like this-and you may miss out on some important connections.
What's interesting is that the ultimate corner desk is found in offices all around the world today. As a matter of fact, offices purposely create corners for their desks. But they are not called corners, they are called cubicles or "cubbies". In these, the individual worker creates his own little home away from home to help him get through his work day. So maybe the corner is still a subtle form of punishment!
There's a lot of bias out there against messy desks. If you're not neat and organized, your coworkers might make assumptions about your capabilities-and even worse, your boss might criticize you for it. But is it really that bad to have a messy desk? And is being organized really as good as we all think? Here are five reasons why a messy desk might be a positive thing.
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